Personal Injury Lawyer Serving Marion and Smyth CountyPersonal Injury Lawyer Virginia

You’ve been injured by someone else through no fault of your own. Or perhaps a family member has been injured, or even killed, due to the negligence or reckless actions of someone else. In either case, your life – and that of your family – may have been significantly impacted.

As Marion County and Smyth County injury lawyers, we know that no one seeks to be injured. But when accidents, car crashes, and other injury occur, we are available to help those injured and their families in seeking full justice and accountability. We understand the pain, frustration, and monetary constraints that come with being injured, and we are prepared to fight for you to get you the compensation that you deserve. We serve clients injured in both Marion and Smyth County, as well as those hurt in the surrounding communities.

How Will I Pay the Bills? Will My Ability to Work in the Future Be Impacted?

If you’re the family breadwinner and you’ve been injured, you may be hospitalized and unable to work. If your injuries are severe, not only will you likely be in a lot of pain, but you may wonder about your long-term ability to work again. You may also be facing a number of immediate financial matters, such as how you’re going to pay for housing and put food on the table.

We understand.

Whether your injuries are temporary or catastrophic, we understand what you’re going through, as well as what your family is likely experiencing. We know that injuries not only affect the person injured, but also their family, and those who depend upon the injured person for financial and emotional support.

Why Choose the Law Offices of Mark T. Hurt?

At our firm, you – and your family – matter. We treat all clients with the respect, dignity, and dedication.

With over 25 years of experience, attorney and firm founder Mark T. Hurt has successfully litigated hundreds of injury cases, achieving victories for clients through settlements and at trial. Let us put our experience to work for you.

We don’t take on cases with the objective of seeking a quick, low-value settlement. Instead we are tenacious in seeking full compensation for our clients and their families through doing the meticulous work required to prove fault and full liability. We are there for our clients for as long as it takes in seeking full compensation for them.

Our firm has written briefs at every level of the state and federal court system including the U.S. Supreme Court. Our firm has handled cases of every size, ranging from dog bite cases to complex product liability cases, resulting in multi-million-dollar settlements.

Helping You and Your Family in All Aspects of Your Claim

We do more than just represent clients against those causing injury. We are there to answer questions, to help compile medical bills and other expenses, to communicate with insurance companies that are paying the medical expenses, and to provide you with updates about your case as it progresses. We also hire experts and accident reconstructionists, determine lost wages, and work with medical providers to understand current and future treatment, rehabilitation, and pain and suffering. In short, our firm is committed to helping those injured through all aspects of their claim.

Where are we located?

Marion County Personal Injury lawyerWe have offices in Abingdon, VA (29 miles away) and Wytheville, VA (26 miles away). We can meet with you at whichever location is preferable. If you are injured severely and cannot travel to one of our offices, we can meet with you at whatever location will be the best for you.

A Firm That Will Fight For You

Smyth County Personal Injury LawyerRegardless whether your case involves a catastrophic brain injury or a minor slip-and-fall, you can expect to be working directly with attorney Mark T. Hurt throughout the entirety of your case. We do not delegate our cases to junior associates. At our firm, we provide a tenacious effort with each case to achieve the best results for our clients.

We believe that it is our duty to fight vigorously to get you full and fair compensation for your injury. As personal injury trial lawyers, if the defendants and insurance companies are unwilling to pay full and fair compensation through negotiations, we will take your case to court. We have the trial experience necessary to fully litigate injury and wrongful death cases, and to present the cases of our clients to juries to determine fault and damages.

The Types of Personal Injury Cases That We Take

We accept injury and wrongful death cases arising out of almost any types of negligence, including those involving:

• Brain Injuries
Car Accidents
• Catastrophic Injuries
Dog Bites
• Industrial Injuries
Medical Malpractice
Motorcycle Accidents
Premises Liability
• Product Liability
• Spine Injuries
Truck Accidents
• Workplace Accidents
Wrongful Death

Take Back Control of Your Life

No matter the size of the case, or the severity of the injury, do not let someone else’s negligence go unchallenged. At our firm, we will work tirelessly in seeking for you the full financial compensation that you deserve from all those responsible. With a proven track record of legal excellence resulting in hundreds of successful injury cases for our clients, we can promise you that we will do our utmost in seeking a full win for you, as well as for any compensation that may be due to your family as a result of your injury.

Call for a Free Case Evaluation Today

Although damages that were sustained by you or a loved one cannot always heal or replace a missing loved one, compensation for these damages can ensure that you and/or your family have a more secure future.

We invite you to contact our firm today for a free case evaluation. If we are retained, we will represent you on a contingency fee basis, which means that we are only compensated for our time and services if you receive a settlement or trial award.

Client Review

“Mark took over my car accident case from another attorney that I fired. Mark worked hard on the case for several months to get ready for trial. Shortly before trial he got a settlement that was six times more than the offer my first lawyer tried to get me to take.”
Jerry C.